Category: Subsurface Utility Engineering

Telecommunications Professionals Keep Lines of Communication Intact When Roads Shift

By Bruce Herrington Moving a road. Road moves. No matter how it’s said, it’s hard to get excited about a road move project. It may sound simple, but those of us with road move experience know there is often nothing simple about it – especially in Florida, where road moves are complex and involve relocating… Read More »

Making a Difference, One Solution at a Time

Design professionals come in many forms. They design, engineer, landscape, survey, map, inspect, and build the infrastructure that surrounds and serves us. But they share one common characteristic: The work they do improves lives. For nearly 60 years, the professionals at Ayres Associates have been working to make your world – and the world of… Read More »

Subsurface Utility Engineering Leads to Increased Safety, Cost Savings

The built world is continually evolving. You don’t have to look far to see road improvements, new houses and buildings, increased public transit, revitalization efforts, and more. New infrastructure means a higher demand for utilities, from water to telecommunications. Yet these additional utilities place increased stress on America’s rights-of-way, where most of these lines are… Read More »